Sha-Bin-Di Arabians
Home of Selket Until
A champion in Hunter Pleasure, Show Hack and Dressage
Shown at both Youth and U. S. Nationals

Until's straight Egyptian sire, Imperial Imdal, accumulated numerous awards including:

  • Supreme Champion and World Champion Stallion at the Egyptian Event, Lexington                                          
  • World Champion Stallion at the Salon du Cheval, Paris                                                          
  • U.S. Reserve National Champion Stallion   
Ansata Imperial was U.S. National Top Ten Futurity Stallion.

Ansata Ibn Sudan
was U.S. National Champion Stallion.

*Ansata Ibn Halima
, imported from Egypt in 1965, was three times U.S. National Top Ten Stallion.

was Scottsdale Champion Mare and U.S. National Top Ten English Pleasure Mare.  

*Morafic, also imported from Egypt in 1965, made history as an outstanding sire.

Nazeer has undoubtedly had more influence throughout the world than any other Egyptian sire in the last several decades.

Until's dam, the very fine Gayzad, like her dam, Zadeana, spent most of her life in obscurity.

Gay Pompey was a many times champion in both halter and performance, who sired champions at all levels including a four-year-old National Top Ten Mare!

Ferzon established his own dynasty at Dan Gainey's Fountainhead Arabians, and his sire, Ferneyn, is considered to be one of the most important sons of Ferseyn, himself the leading sire of champions in the U.S. for a decade.

Ferzon's dam, Fersara, widely renowned for her extraordinary class and beauty, was also by Ferseyn.
A.M. Pompey's Love was by Rapture, the nucleus of R. B. Feilds' program. Four Rapture daughters are listed as World  Aristocrats*.

Zadeana was a mare of exceptional beauty and was shown for the first time at 13 years of age at the All Arabian International, Northbrook, Illinois. She was named Senior Grand Champion Mare!

Sir-Seyn was one of the top five champion siring sons of Ferseyn, thus bringing in yet another cross to that great sire.

Zadeana's dam Zadea, is a World  Aristocrat, having produced seven champions, and traces tail-female to the great Crabbet mare, Rodania!

Rodania, a prize of desert warfare, was obtained as a foundation mare for the Crabbet Stud, and this giantess of the breed has left descendants throughout the entire world.

Note: an asterisk (*) in front of the name of a horse, indicates that the animal was imported into the United States from a foreign country.

Arabian Horse World, one of the leading publications for the Arabian horse breed compiles records of leading U.S. sires and dams. To qualify as an Aristocrat, a mare must have produced four or more champion offspring.

Sha-Bin-Di Arabians, Nancy Snow, 22401 Springer Rd., Vicksburg, Michigan  49097    269-649-3828

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